The influence of atmospherics of inner city shopping areas on the experiential value of consumers
: a study into the contribution of atmospherics of inner city shopping areas to the experiential value of the consumer, and the role of tenant variety in this context

  • L.J.J. van Dijck

Student thesis: Master

Abstract

Date of Award31 Aug 2014
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorAloys W.J. Borgers (Supervisor 1), Astrid D.A.M. Kemperman (Supervisor 2), Pauline E.W. van den Berg (Supervisor 2) & M. Boonen (External coach)

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The influence of atmospherics of inner city shopping areas on the experiential value of consumers: a study into the contribution of atmospherics of inner city shopping areas to the experiential value of the consumer, and the role of tenant variety in this context
van Dijck, L. J. J. (Author). 31 Aug 2014

Student thesis: Master